Best Sunday Roasts In Manchester

It's cold outside, you've had a long week at work, and you're possibly, most likely, hungover from last night... we understand if all you want from your weekend is a chilled out, relaxed day in a pub with a tasty roast alongside a couple of glasses of wine or a few beers. Our city has some amazing pubs and restaurant bars: the traditional, quirky, cosy and contemporary, discover them all here with our guide to the best Sunday roast dinners in Manchester here.

Last updated on 11th April 2022

Dukes 92

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Cool and contemporary, Dukes 92 is your upmarket alternative for a Sunday roast in Manchester. Brimming with clever recipes centred around British favourites, this place will lure you in with its traditional fare and premium gin collection.

Three Little Words

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So much more than just your average gin bar, Three Little Words is a must for Feed The Soul Sundays - where roast dinners come met with cocktails and live music. Enjoy all of the classic fare alongside small plates to start and decent choice of afters, perfectly paired with curated cocktails. 

This Ancoats restaurant isn't just about the small plates (although they really are something to swoon for), as there's a mean Sunday roast on the menu too. Head on over to Elnecot for the chance to tuck into weekly specials alongside a selection of handcrafted cocktails.

The Didsbury

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The Didsbury is a former coach house with 18th century features, wooden beams and open fireplaces, bringing the essence of the countryside to the city. Expect to find a charming setting for home-cooked meals, paired with local ales and a rage of refreshing drinks.

The Marble Arch

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A part of the legendary Marble Brewery group, this welcoming local boasts mosaic floors, eight carefully selected cask beers and a wide choice of Sunday roast options. From vegan specials to seasonal cuts, meals here come complete with freshly poured pints from the legendary brewers.

Sundays call for cosying up in wooden interiors, tucking into plates of comfort food favourites and washing it all down with a few freshly pointed pints. It's not all just roasts on offer, as The Wharf offers steak burgers, haddock and salmon fishcakes, and cheese, onion and potato pie. 

Think you know Sunday roasts? You ain't seen nothing until you've been to Ducie Street Warehouse. With a spread that includes dry-aged shorthorn beef sirloin, rosemary roasted leg of lamb, a weekly changing vegan roast, homemade giant Yorkshire's, a dedicated cauliflower cheese menu, and plenty more, this sexy spot has all you foodies sorted.